Rogue Territory Striped Indigo Work Shirt – Just Released

Striped Indigo Work Shirt

Rogue Territory Striped Indigo Work Shirt

Just in time for their freshly redesigned site, Los Angeles’ Rogue Territory recently unveiled their web exclusive Striped Indigo Work Shirt. Debuted at the Denim Bruin event in San Francisco from August 1st to 3rd (stay tuned for our re-cap), the shirt utilizes an 8 Oz. deep indigo twill fabric that’s contrasted with blue and cream stripes and sourced from the Kaihara Mills in Japan.

As is the case with many of their other products, the garment is constructed with their traditional triple needle chain stitch and includes a dedicated pen pocket. To differentiate this piece from it’s others, however, Rogue Territory included a chainstitch run-off along the waist side, as well as several reinforcing white bartacks.

Details

  • Name: Rogue Territory Striped Indigo Work Shirt
  • Weight:  8 Oz.
  • Material: 100% Cotton sanforized indigo Japanese twill
  • Available at: Rogue Territory for $185.00

Photos

Striped Indigo Work Shirt Front and Side

Rogue Territory Striped Indigo Work Shirt

Striped Indigo Work Shirt Details

Chainstitch Runoff

Chainstitch Runoff

Nick Coe

Nick is the Founding Editor of RawrDenim.com.

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  • LIFEFABRICATION

    fabric is nice but I’ve noticed his tailoring skills aren’t there yet. And it’s with all his stuff. But… I am rooting for him because I like self made designers. Keep em coming bud. I have a different taste level but it’s all subjective.

    • Geo

      Care to elaborate? I have a pair of Rogue Territory jeans going on 3 years and the quality and details are on point. They’re far superior to many of the similarly priced American brands I own. I can only speak for his jeans but if his other stuff is anything like his jeans then its extremely well made.

    • Geo

      Care to elaborate? I have a pair of Rogue Territory jeans going on 3 years and the quality and details are on point. They’re far superior to many of the similarly priced American brands I own. I can only speak for his jeans but if his other stuff is anything like his jeans then its extremely well made.

    • http://Bandanna-almanac.com/ The Bandanna Almanac

      Saw this in person at Denim Bruin, the shoulders don’t line up and that bugs me… otherwise this is a tidy little shirt.